Watch Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show' Appearances: African Stereotypes, Boko Haram and Chess
Trevor Noah has been on the Comedy Central series three times since December.
Since Trevor Noah joined the Daily Show in December, he has made three appearances on the Comedy Central show he is set to host once Jon Stewart steps down.
Noah, a South African comedian, has already covered a variety of topics on the show. He played a game of "spot the Africa" with Stewart to compare and contrast poverty in the U.S. with Africa, questioning African stereotypes. He also linked African terrorism and Vegas, and discussed the U.S.' strategy of collecting chess players from around the world.